How To Save Your Marriage Even If Your Spouse Is Checked Out
Are you trying to save your marriage but you’re the only one making any effort? Are you wondering if it’s possible to get your partner to fall back in love with you?
The good news is that one committed partner can make a huge difference in a relationship. But, you’ve got to do it right. Most people trying to save their marriage make mistakes that end up pushing their loved one farther away from them rather than winning them back.
Here are links to powerful articles and videos from Dr. Dana Fillmore, Author, TV Marriage Expert and Clinical Psychologist, to help you win back your spouse’s affection and have a happy marriage again.
Marriage Saving Videos
Even if one partner wants a divorce or separation, it is still possible to recover what has been lost. You can save your marriage even if you are the only one willing to work on it. It may be easier than you think.
Communication is one of the most common issues in a marriage and Dr. Dana has a powerful and surprisingly simple tip to make everything easier between you and your spouse.
How do regain trust when it has been destroyed? Don't you have to have trust as the foundations to your marriage?
Even if your spouse has let you down consistently for a long period of time, it is still possible to work on your marriage.
If you've been impacted by an infidelity, you're marriage doesn't have to be over. Discover 7 steps to save your marriage after an affair.
Do you feel that your marriage is on a destructive track, heading towards divorce? There is hope, and you can get your marriage back on track.
How can you save your marriage when your partner is in the throes of midlife crisis and wants to throw everything away?
One day you may wake up to discover that you and your spouse have become roommates instead of loving partners. Even if your spouse has one foot out the door, it is still possible to get them to recommit to your marriage.
Featured Posts On 'Checked Out' Partners
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It’s normal to fall in and out of love in a long-term marriage. Almost all marriages can be saved and even made much better, making it the marriage you actually want.
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Just one person in the couple changing their priorities can dramatically change the dynamic in a relationship.